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TELE AB6 US, MONDAY, MAT 23, 1904,
MAKE YOUR MONEY
n Hunumi r
CHANNON, PERRY 6c CO.,
Davis Block. Old 'Phone IMS. New 6148. J12 West Seventeenth St.
Santa Fe, of Course .
Travelers who know will o no other way
Gen Agent A.
Three trains a
day to California
two e cuing.
KOCK ISLAND. H.T..
Santa Fe service will
SIMON LEWIS. Market Square.
E. C A STEEL,
L. D. MUDGE.
deijtral Trust b Savings Bank
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
INCORPORATED I'NDER STATE LAW.
Capital Stock SI OO.OOO. roar Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits.
C. J. Larkin. H. H. Cleaveland,
J. J. La Velle, Mary B. Robinson,
II. E. Casteel, BL D. Sweeney.
L. D. Mudge, H. W. Tremann,
Estates and property of all kinds are managed by this depart
ment, which is kept entirely separate from the banking business of
the company. We act as executor of and trustee nnder Wills, Ad
ministrator, Guardian and Conservator of Estates.
Receiver and assignee of insolvent estates. General financial
agent for non-residents, women, invalids, and others.
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H. B. SIMMON,
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M. S. Heagy,
H. B. Simmon.
WIN IN FIELD MEET
Rock Island High School Athletes
at Gales burg.
CLAIM STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
Silver Cap and Banner Added to L
cal Collecti on of Tro
phies. By winning the track and field meet
at GalesbuYg Saturday with 31 points
Utver 30 other hfth Schools, the Rock
Island high school team h'a license
to a claim for the championship of
the state. The Pontiac team, which
took first at the Champaign meet over
the best schools in the state, ws un
able to get better than second at
Galesburg with 25 points.
Tlie track and weather were ideal
and four records were broken. Ev
vard, of Pontiac. broke the record of
the association in the hammer throw.
Carriethers, of Pontine, the shot put:
Quigley, of Rushville, the 44)-art!
dah: Hoffman, ,,f Bock Island, the
half mile run record, and Slromberg.
of Moline, the pole vault record.
Rock Island was represented by
Walter Hart. Ralph Bonders, Robert
Hoffman. Henry Kinaer, Horace Kir
by. Jesse Scott, Herman Ehrhorn,
Frank Sullivan and Will Marquis. The
team was accompanied by Trainer II.
S. Sturgeon. Manager Henderson. X.
I). Hamilton. S. El Dove and D. B.
Thomas, of the high school faculty,
and a squad of rooters. The summar
ies of the meet follow:
Shot put Won by Carrithers, Pon
tiac; Evvanl. Pontiac, second; Finley.
Qulacy, third. Distance, 48 feet 3
50 yard dash Won by Souders, Rock
Island; Quigley, Rashrflle, second;
Kirby, Reck Island, third. Time, :0fi.
so yard run- Won by Hoffman,
Rock sland; Rohrer, Conton, second;
.Joseph, Moline, third. Time 2:04' 2-5.
Hammer throw- W on by Evvard,
Pontiac; Barbero, Mnquon, second;
Wolf, Gilson, third. Distance, Lis feet
Running broad jump--Won by .Jen
kins. Vermont; McClanahSn, Mon
mouth, second; Carrithers. Pontiac.
third. Distance, 20 fcef and 5 inches.
4 U) yard run- Won by Quigley,
Rushville; Merrill. Monmouth, second;
Ross. Canton, third. Time. ."n 4-5.
Discus throw- -Won by Kward. Pon-
t iac; Carrithers, Pont ias,e nd; Hart .
Roek Island. tlird. Distance, 109 feet
10I yard dash- Won by Lewis, Ke-
wnnce; Owens. Rushville. second; An
drews. Rockford, third. Time, : It) 2-5.
Running high jump- Won by Fin
lay. Qniney: Horton. Pontiac, second;
Clark. Canton, third. Height. 5 feet
220 yards, low hurdles Won by
Wagoner. Galesburg; Strom berg, Mo
line, second; Jenkins, Vermont, third.
Half mile relay Won by Kirby,
Hoffman. Marquis. Souders, Rock Isl
and: Monmouth, second; Kewanee,
third: 1 :3fi 2-5.
pole vault Won by Stromberg, Mu
rine; Swing, Macomb, second; dis
tance. 10 feet I inches.
Points wi n by the various teams
were as follows: Rock Island. 31;
Pontiac. 25; Monmouth. 12; Rushville.
ll; Moline, 8; Kewanee, 7; Quincy, 6;
Galesburg, 5; Canton. S; Vermont, 5;
Lewi-tun. ::; Macomb, 3; Galtra, 1;
Held Business Meeting;.
Principal John B. Cleveland, of the
Kewanee high school, was elected
president of the Military Tract High
School Declamatory and Athletic as
sociation at the annual business meet
ing in the morning. The other otlicers
arc: Vice president, D. O. lbirto, of
Princeton; secretary-treasurer, W. L.
Hanson, of Monmouth.
It was decided that the next meet
will be held in Monmouth the first
Friday in May of l'.05. It will be held
under the auspices of Monmouth col
lege. Three new schools were admitted to
membership in the association, after
some little discussion. These schools
are: Rock Island. Princeton and Al
ingdon. One subject which received consid
erable discussion was the adjustment
of the declamatory feature of the an
nual meeting. Ten declamations arc
too manv and the prospect of three
additional ones was d pressing. It
w:: decided to adopt a plan originated
by Principal Cleveland, of Kewanee.
Which i- as f Hows: There shall be
both a declamatory and an oratorical
contest. Each school shall submit an
oration and the 13 shall le passed up
on by judges before the contest. The
six best ornth us shall then le deliv
ered at the meeting and the seven
schools not securing a place in the
oratorical contest shall hold a dedans-
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BUILT MACHINE TO PLANT
EIGHT CORN HOWS AT 0HCE
Planting corn with steam or oxen
as motive power and using four ma
chines rigged as one is an experiment
which the Deere & Mansur company
people will shortly try in South Af
rica. Four of the company's new
Deere No. 9 edge selection drop plant
ers have been knocked down and box
ed for shipment with an adjustment
which will permit of their being lash
er! together, working s BUM and by
means of the same motive power.
The shipment is consigned to Steel
Murray, of Pietermaritxborg, South
Africa, and will be sent out at once.
The adjustment which will permit of
the use of steam as a means of oper
ating the planters is simply in the
extreme. It consists of a long swin
gle bar. which runs on three wide
tired beet-seeder wheels. From this
bar a stub pole is run forward, made
firm with two braces, two on either
side. From the end of this stub pole
the regular planter pole extends for
Neck-yoke rings are fastened to the
swingle bar in four places, even dis
tances apart. To these rings the
tongues of the planters are fastened,
an I four machines are in this manner
run parallel with each other. In place
of the regular marker pole a guiding
bar, part steel and part wood, will be
subst it uted.
The company anticipates the success
of the experiment, and should expec
tations be fulfilled and the adjustment
prove satisfactory, a number may be
placed at points where any great
a mount of acreage is under cultiva
tion in separate farms or where oxen
are used. South African farms are
generally extensive in area with broad
and level prairie, and the new device
is designed to expedite their cultiva
J IN THE COUNTY C0UET.
In re guardianship of Fred and Jen
nie Neil, minors. It appears that Sam
uel Burrows former guardian herein
has departed this life. Requests of
Fred Neil, a minor over 11 years of
age for the appointment of Elizabeth
Burrows as guardian, tiled. Petition
granted. Guardian's oath taken. Bond
of said Elizabeth loirrows filed and
approved and letters of guardianship
issued to her.
Estate of Christian Maier. Proof of
publishing and posting notices to
creditors tiled and approved. Petition
to sell real estate to pay debts filed
and summons issued. Consent of wid
ow to sale of dower and homestead
Estate of Samuel Burrows. Proof
of death Sled. Will presented for pro
bate. Petition for probate of will
filed. Hearing on petition set for
June 17. loot at 10 o'c lock a. m.
In re guardianship of minor heirs of
Charles F. SclialVr. (iumdiaiiV an
nual report filed and approved.
Estate of Nellie K. Hart. Adminis
trator's inventory filed and approved.
Estate of Henry Ashdown. Peti
tion by Edward Ashdown for letters
testamentary filed. Petition granted
upon taking oath as executor and fil
ing bond. Oath as executor filed. Indi
vidual bond of said Edward Ashdown
as such executor filed and approved,
security thereon being waived in and
by said will and letters testamentary
issued to him. William McRoberts,
Charles Kipper and Samuel Woodburn
appointed appraisers to appraise per
sonal property of deceased. Said Wil
liam McRoberts and Samuel Woodburn
also appointed appraisers to appraise
partnership property in the partner
ship of Ashdown A Flickinger. a co
partnership of which deceased was a
Estate of David Sederlnnd. Proof
of death filed. Will presented for
probate. Petition for probate of will
filed. Hearing on petition for probate
set for dune 11, 1904 al 10 o'clock
In re appointment of member of
the board of reviewing of assessments.
It Is hereby ordered thai Simon BJrsch
and James E. Larkin le and they here
by are appointed members of the
board of review of assessments for
the year ending June 1, 1903.
MISS MARIE NOEMOTLfi A
BEIDE OF COMING MONTH
Miss Marie Xonnoyle left this morn
ing for her home in Chicago after
spending a week with relatives and
friends, by whom a serif's of social
functions were given in honor of her
approaching marriage to Dr. K. T.
Ami s, of Peoria. The event is to take
place in Chicago .Tune :?. Friday ev
ening the Misses Maine. Katharine.
Julia and Agnes ISrennan had a plate
shower; Mrs. E. A. I'ierr, of Moline.
sister of Miss Normoyle. a linen show
er. Saturday afternoon, and Mrs. O. E.
Mctiinley, o.il Twentieth street, a nov
elty shower, Saturday evening. Miss
Xonnoyle is a daughter of Mr. ami
Mrs. Patrick NriuoIe. and was born
and reared in Rock Islaud. the family
removing from here to Chicago sev
eral vears atro.
BACCAL 1UEEATE SERMON
PREACHED BY DR. ANDEEEN
The baccalaureate sermon to the
graduating class of Augustana college
was delivered latt evening at. the
chapel by Dr. Gusta Andreen. presi
dent of the institution. There was a
large outpouring of friends, the grad
uates marching together to the chapel
cdad in cap and gown. The exercises
of the senior class day take place this
evening at t o'clock.
Keal Estate Trai a era.
John English et al to E. C. Hart,
s 8 feet of n 28 3-10 feet lot 19. block
1, Twenty-firit add., Bock Island, $1.
GRAND ISLE NOW IN CONTROL
OF DAVENPORT INTERURBAN
By the terms of a bill Bled in Dav
enjiort Saturday the Davenport A- Sub
urban hate rurban secures a two-thirds
Interest in Grand Isle, ti which n
bridge is to be built, it is expected,
during the present season. The com
pany as now constituted is to issue
bo. ids for $30,000 to pay off old debts
and improve the resort.
Obictgc, May a- Foocwing a) e tne cp l
inc. hlgbest, lowest and doatnir quotations
In today's markets:
May, 99 si , 97 98
JlllV. 88 88 87- 87 W
Sept., 81-; 81, tOS; 80.
Mar. 47; 7: 47H 47
July 48',: 48H ; 47: 4V
Sept., 47, 47 17; 17?-.
May, t:4tll4t: 40- 40
July. 3S5: 3m ; 28: 88
Sept., 3UH-; SO; S; )
May. H.0 1 1 20; It.SO 11.910
July. 10 911 11 10 11 F5: 11 I"
Sept., 11.15; 1132; 11.10. 11 30.
May. (S; 6 J5 : 6 S5 fl 25
July. 6 25: 6 35 6 22 6 :2
Sept.. 6 43. 6-;0; 6.40, 6 50.
May. 6.37: 6.30: 0 : iO
July. 6.35 : 6.42 : 6.3U. 6.40
Sept, 6.50; 6.69; 6.45; 6 57
ttecelpta today Wfteat 2. corn 175, oats
95, nogs 45,000: cattle 22.1 00. sheep 15,000.
Hog market opened slow.
Lignt. t4 254 e.i; mixed and DCtco
ers. S4 304.70. good heavy, t4. 204 70: roufrb
Heavy 4 2634 45.
Oattle mariei opened strong to 10c nigtaer.
Saeep market opened steady-
Union stock yards 8:40 a. m
Hog market steady to 6c lower.
r,icht. 4.roi.4.rj); mlxea ana outcaers 4 55
C4 65: rood beavy, S4.2oB4 75; rougn aeav .
Cattle market strong to 10c higher.
Beeves S3 70&S5.75. cows ana belters tl 40
OS4.75. Blockers aud feeders 12 351 .65, Texas
Saeep market strong to Wz hlgber.
Hog market closed wejk, S to 10c lower.
Llgnt, 14 S0&4 60, mlxea ana butcners 4 25
4 65. good neavy. t4 -;o$4 fl; rough Heavy.
Cattle market closed strong.
Sheep market closed strong to 10c higher.
Hew York Stocks.
New York, May 23. Tne foUowtng are Me
closing quotations on tne New York stock
Sugar K6',. Gas9S C R 1. P. 21, South
ern Pacific 46V B. et O. 79, Atchison com
mon 70. Atchison pfd. 92!4. C. M. A St. P.
140V Manhattan H4V copper 50. W. U
Tel. Co. . LAN 108 C s A. 3"V Rdg
common 44. Can. Pacific 1 17V Leather com
mon B. R T. 47 Pacific Mall 26. I .
S. Steel ptd. MX. D. S. Steel common P.
Penna. 114. Mo. PaclflcSl. Union Pacific
81. coal and iron 34V Krte common 2i'-.
Wabash pfd. 3i-, car founarv ... C o
W. 15. Rep. Steel pfd.. 10 Rep. Steel com
mon 7. New York Central 115. Illinois
LOCAL MAKKKT OONDITIOK-
Todar's Uuotatlosui 00 rtovuion Uti
Stock. sSaasI and FaeL
Rock Island. May 23 Following are tb
wholesale quotations on tbe local market'
Butter Creamery ii'aoc dairy 18.
Kelts Frcsn 14c
L.tve poultrv Spiinr chicken tt r r
dozen: bens Wc per pound, turkeys lic
pounc, ducks He. geese tc
Vegetables Fouwu. 1 Onions ll.fiO.
Cattle Steers S4 00 to WO), cows sac
aelf ers B.00 to I3.T6 calves S3. 00 to 14.75
Bogs Mixed and butchers 44 is to 4 SO
Sheep Yearlings or over. 43.50 u, 45 00
LmtS 44.90 lo 45 50
Feed and FueL
Grain Corn 52 to 5fic; oats. 3;S.tHc.
Forage Tl moth v hay S10.50 to si2, prairie
BS to 10.50, straw SS.50
Wood Hsrri. per load tf 50
Coal Lrmp, per bushel 14c. slack. ier
Age 62, 6; age 60, $: age 68, $10;
age 70. fl2
MAJ. H. C. CONNELLY,
171ttt Second Ave . Rock Island, ill.
Call or write at once.
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Dr. WalsK Cvir?s When OtKers Fe.il,
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I ROCK ISLAND
BOCK ISLAND, ILL.
Incorporated Under the State Law. 4 Per Cent
Interest Paid on Deposit.
Money Loaned on P rsonal Collateral or Beal Estate Security.
J. M. Buford, President.
John Crubaugh, Vice President.
P. Greenawalt, Cashier.
Began the bubiness July , 1890,
and occupying S. E. comer of
Mitchell A Lynde's new building.
DR. J. E. WALSH.
CONSULT THE BEST FIRST.
you cannot call, write. Hundreds
to 8 p. m.; Sunday, 11:30 to 1:30 p.m.
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Rock Island Agent for
Paine's Perfect Pipe
B. B. Cable,
H. P. Hull,
E. W. Hurst,
Phil Mitchell, 9
J. M. Buford,
Solictors Jackson and Hurst.